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Fighter jet folly, Biden’s “just peace” for Ukraine, think tanks and nukes and more

January 15, 2023

Today’s blog post revisits the litany of arguments against Canada’s acquisition of F-35 stealth fighter jets, looks anew at diplomatic peacemaking in Ukraine including a Canadian role and considers shocking research into funding by the nuclear weapons industry of the world’s leading foreign policy think tanks.

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Reality seeps into Ukraine propaganda fog and more on NATO Summit folly

July 10, 2022

UKRAINE UPDATE Is reality finally starting to penetrate the western propaganda fog? The following quote in the Washington Post suggests that reality may finally be starting to penetrate the Western media propaganda fog that has hidden — and continues to hide — from Western publics the consequences of a futile strategy to “entirely vanquish” the […]

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Choosing peace over blood and ashes in Ukraine

May 7, 2022

This week’s post examines the role of a revitalized peace process in reducing nuclear risks and ending this terrible conflict. We also urge our Government and Parliamentarians to practice what they preach when seeking to hold Russia to legal account.

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Ukraine, Canada and Yemen carnage, Aussie AUKUS update and more

January 31, 2022

Glimmers of hope for diplomacy in Ukraine, Canada continuing to fuel the Yemen conflict, and a powerful new Report on the policy of the United Church of Canada towards Israel-Palestine are just some of the topics we examine in today’s blog post.

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